String Cheese Incident Live at Alpine Meadows Ski Area on 1996-04-20
- Live concert
- String Cheese Incident
Set 2: How Mountain Girls Can Love, Temperance Reel, Chili Dawg, San Jose*, Congo Square, Born on the Wrong Planet, Eat My Dust > Is This Love > Eat My Dust, Jellyfish
* Without lyrics.
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SBD Engineer/Tape source: Jay Clarke
Source Info: SBD->Cassette Master>Nakamichi RX-505>Apogee Rosetta series 24-bit/96khz A/D converter>Tascam DA-30>DAT
Equipment used for A/D: Masterpiece A/V www.masterpieceav.com
Cassette to DAT Mastering: Aaron Miller
CD Mastering: Fostex D-5->Optical Digital->Fostex CR-200
DAT->CD Transfer by: Whitney Padgett
CD to hard drive for editing cassette flips and back to CD:
Plextor UltraPlex40->Hard Drive->Yamaha 400AT
CD Editing: Colin Gibbons
Media Supplied by: Masterpiece A/V
Cassette flip patches:
% Whiskey Before Breakfast patched together @ 0:47->0:50
# Eat My Dust patched together @ 0:50->1:01
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- 2002-10-25 00:00:00
- Fostex D-5 > Optical Digital > Fostex CR-200 DAT > CD > Plextor UltraPlex40 > Hard Drive > Yamaha 400AT > .shn
- Lake Tahoe, CA
- SBD > Cassette Master > Nakamichi RX-505 > Apogee Rosetta series 24-bit/96khz A/D converter > Tascam DA-30 > DAT
- Taped by
- Jay Clarke
- Transferred by
- Aaron Miller, Whitney Padgett, Colin Gibbons, Reis Baron
- Alpine Meadows Ski Area
Subject: The Joker
MK plays the electric solo while Billy is off running around the stage.
Subject: A great historical relic of the early daze
First set is heavy on the bluegrass stuff, some of which has now disappeared from the band's setlists (Handsome Molly, Hold What You've Got, Moonflower, Come Back Home).
A wonderfully silly version of The Joker has an amazing electric solo by Billy that's all too brief. Afterwards, the band goes through a litany of styles that they play, including salsa and Jimmy Buffet. Then they play a salsa version of Margaritaville to prove it.
When Will I includes a prominent tease of Phish's "The Landlady". BOTWP is the first original and pretty straightforward.
The insertion of Is This Love into Eat My Dust is executed flawlessly (Why don't they do this any more?) and followed by a beautiful spacey jam before going back into Eat My Dust. This is an early hint of the chemistry these guys had and the jamming style that would later develop more fully.
The Jellyfish closer is wonderful, as the story feels extra fresh compared to later versions.
Great banter and wonderful early (mostly) bluegrass Cheese
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